bilevel

bi-lev·el

or bi·lev·el (bī′lĕv′əl)
adj.
1. Having or existing on two levels: a bi-level passenger coach; a bi-level marketing campaign.
2. Divided vertically into two ground-floor levels: a bi-level home.
n.
A dwelling that is divided vertically into two ground-floor levels.

bilevel

(ˈbaɪˌlɛvəl)
adj
1. having two levels
2. (Computer Science) computing (of an image) converted to show only two colours, black and white
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Contract notice: The acquisition of long-term respiratory failure home care equipment: bilevel devices.
Over the next few days, he made modest improvement in respiratory function and was able to be weaned from bilevel positive airway pressure to high-flow nasal canula.
We saw strong customer adoption of our range of new flow generators: the Astral, AirSense(TM) 10 and the recently launched AirCurve(TM) 10 series of cloud-connected bilevel devices.
A fuzzy multi-objective bilevel decision support system, International Journal of Information Technology and Decision Making, 8: 93-108.
Computational difficulties of bilevel linear programming, Operations Research, Vol.
2] < 90%) despite optimal additional therapy including continuous positive airway pressure or bilevel positive airway pressure.
Passive options include any lighting and control option that reduces load during normal operation: more-efficient luminaires and lighting systems, daylight harvesting, bilevel switching, manual dimming, institutional task tuning, occupancy sensors and so on.
However, there were insufficient data to compare the different types of CPAP, such as fixed CPAP, auto-CPAP, flexible bilevel CPAP, or CPAP with humidification.
1,2) For example, Rodriguez Adrados et al described the case of a 48-year-old woman with obstructive sleep apnea that did not respond to either CPAP or bilevel positive airway pressure.
A second line for children is use of positive airway pressure (PAP), either continuous or bilevel (CPAP or BPAP).
An overview of bilevel optimization, Annals of Operational Research 153: 235-256.